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www.cloverdalereveUle.com February 21, 2019 The Cloverdale Reveille Page 3 CLOVERDALE POLICE LOG The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Police Department daily log entries MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11 1:49 p.m. Drunk in public on Redwood H ghway. engaged in shoplifting. Report taken. 10:49 a.m. Suspicious vehicle on Railroad Two female subjects, intoxicated and attempting SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16 AVenue. Caller reports trailer parked on their to leave in a vehicle. Other patrons attempting to 2:10 p.m. Suspicious person at the Post Office property. Advice given, keep them from driving. Two detained. Report on Broad Street. Subject sleeping in the back by 1 !:37 a.m. Welfare check on Clark Avenue. taken, the post office boxes, moved along. 3:51 p.m. Welfare check on Red Mountain Drive. 2:59 p.m. Welfare check on Honeysuckle Court. 4:34 p.m. Suspicious person on North 4:34 p.m. Suspicious circumstances on Hot 4:02 p.m Welfare check on Clark Avenue. CIoverdale Boulevard. Male subject sleeping on Springs Road. Caller reports truck dumping THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14 the bench in the laundromat. Warned and couches and debris in the roadway. Referred to 2:09 a.rn. Suspicious circumstances at the Plaza advised. other agency, on North CIoverdale Boulevard. Officer reports 6:25 p:m. Disturbance on North Washington 5:58 p.m. Suspicious circumstances on Asti hearing possible vehicle collision. Arrest made. Street. Report taken. Road and East First Street. Motor home unload- 12:20 p.m. Suspicious circumstances on Orange 11:39 p,m. Disturbance(music) on Chablis Way. inggarbage. Not as reported. Moved along. Drive. Party reports male subject with a clipboard Parties warned and advised to turn the volume 10i56 p.m. Suspicious vehicle on North knocked on her door and said that they were in down. CIoverdale Boulevard. Occupied motor home. the area to "red flag" for a gas line check. There SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17 MOved along, is an additional subject, also with a clipboard in 2:18 a.m. Trespass on Commercial Street. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12 the area as well. Resolved. Caller reports daughter is attempting to enter 1:22 a.m. Drunk in public on Old Redwood 1:39 p.m. Non-injury accident on East Third her home. Arrest made. Female subject trans- Highway. Female subject transported to Sonoraa Street. Reporting party states they drove their ported to Sonoma County Jail. County Jail. car into the bridge and it became stuck. 6:02 a.rn. Suspicious person on East First Street 2:41 a.m. Suspicious person on Railroad 5:18 p,m. Welfare check on East First Street. and Asti Road. Caller reports subject camping in Avenue. Male subject banging on cars and Subject sleeping at the edge of the First Street a tent underneath the northbound freeway over- yelling. Moved along. Bridge. Subject contacted and mOved from the pass. Moved along. 10:24 a.m. Suspicious vehicle on North Jefferson area. 11:48 a.m. Petty theft on South Street. Theft of and School Street. Warned and advised. 6:48p.m. Suspicious person(s) on Clark Avenue. items from private residence following an event. 11:37 a.m. Child abuse reported on Cherry Reporting party states two subjects knocked on Report taken. Creek Road, Report taken, her door regarding a gas check. These are the 2:43 p.m. Trespass at the Post Office on Broad 2:47 p.m. Civil situation on Healdsburg Avenue. same individuals from earlier and caller is con- Street. Subject sleeping in the lobby. Report tak- Tenant requesting officer response to theft of cerned due to it being so late. Officer reports that en. money; overpayment of rent not yet returned, subjects are conducting a survey for their busi- 4:36 p.m Suspicious circumstances on South Resolved. ness Cloverdale Boulevard. Caller states subject is WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15 threatening him. Advice given. 11:28 a.m. Annoying phone calls on Healdsburg 1:09 a.m. Welfare check on South Cloverdale 5:30 p.m. Domestic related incident on South Avenue. Caller reports tenant called their office Boulevard and Shady Lane. Female subject CIoverdale Boulevard. Caller concerned about over 50 times yesterday and is doing the same walking southbound with an infant. Referred to friend reporting boyfriend is threatening her. today. Suspect directed to cease. Advice given, other agency. Report taken. 12:05 p.m. Suspicious circumstances at the 8:13 a.m. Suspicious person(s) on North 10:54 p.m. Suspicious person on South Citrus Eairgrounds. Reporting party believes CIoverdale Boulevard. Two male subjects sleep- CIoverdale Boulevard. Moved along. someone entered her trailer while parked at the ing in the laundromat. Citation issued. 10:57 p.m. Suspicious vehicle occupied on Port fairgrounds and now believes that her ID may be 4:37 p.m. Suspicious circumstances on Circle. Moved along. at risk. Advised. Treadway Drive. Two females and one male CLOVERDALE FIRE LOG The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Fire Protection District daily log entries TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12 Circle for a female following a 4:30 p,m. Medical aid on ground level fall, Transported to Healdsburg Avenue for a female Kaiser Medical Center. patient with a dislocated hip. 4:51 p.m. Medical aid on Debmar Transported to Healdsburg General Lane for a female feeling ill. Hospital. Transported to Healdsburg General 9:43 p.m Medical aid on Clark Hospital. Avenue for a male patient with diffi- 10:07 p.m. Medical aid on Elbridge culty breathing. Transported to Avenue for a 99-year old female fol- Healdsburg General Hospital. lowing a ground level fall. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13 Transported to Healdsburg General 9:01 a.m. Medical aid on Cherry Hospital. Creek Road for a male with short- FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15 ness of breath. Transported to 9:41 a.m. Medical aid for a 20-year- Kaiser Medical Center. old male with seizures.'Transported 3:17 p.m. Medical aid on Cherry to Healdsburg General Hospital. Creek Road for a male patient with 11:00 Medical aid on Broad Street catheter complications. Transported for a male patient following a fall. to Sutter Hospital. Transported to Healdsburg General 6:05 p.m. Medial aid on Red Hospital. Mountain Road for a female 11:03 a.m Medical aid on River patirent with a high heart rate. Road for a 67-year-old female with Transported to Kaiser Medical abdominal pain. Transported to Center. Sutter Hospital. 7:01 p.m Medical aid on River Road 4:58 p.m. Clean up gas spill on for a female fall victim. Transported North Cloverdale Boulevard. to Healdsburg General Hospital. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16 10:06 p.m. Medical aid on Chablis 3:46 p.m. Medical aid at the Citrus for a male patient with possible Fairgrounds for an intoxicated drug overdose. Transported to female. Transported to Healdsburg Healdsburg General Hospital. General Hospital. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14 SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17 3:43 a.m. Tree blocking roadway on 11:45 p.m. Medical aid for a 73- Geyser's road, Cut up and year-old female following a ground removed, level fall. Transported to Kaiser 10:33 a.m. Medical aid at Kings Medical center. CLOVERDALE AMBULANCE LOG The Cloverdale Healthcare District posts recent ambu- lance dispatch information on its website, chcd-ambulance.com. / The Cloverdale Performing Arts Center (CPAC) opens its 2019 theatrical season with a wry look at the tough business of making people laugh in Jim Geoghan's "Only Kidding!" Nominated for two Drama Desk Awards, including Outstanding New Play for 1988-89 and nominated for Chicago's prestigious Jefferson Theater Award, and innumerable nominations for dramatic excellence in Los Angeles and the Bay Area, ,:r This comedy ran for a :phenomenal 500 performances off Broadway. be ming:i,a ::;' s is writer . 4rali d-up : Omic. t-Iis tale of an over-the-hin comic's final desperate push to make it out of the Catskills into the big time is a real-world view of professional comedy. Along the way, two younger comics are clawing to get into the spotlight and out of the nasty world of second-rate lounge acts. The play ends in stand-up comedy heaven -- the nationally televised talk show -- where backstage the comics await their big moment, and for the older comic, his last chance. A word of caution -- not surprisingly, this show has its fair share of off-color language -- which the playwright accurately portrays as part of the often ONLY KIDDING! -- Pictured from gritty world of stand-up Danny Ray and Yave Guzman. comedy. ' . ::As P a~ of CPAC~w 2019!:i ~:i.~i~ : i::: !:i~'~,'~;'::~i ~' ~theatrl0al~.seas~n for~m.~t, ;~i~: ~ " '~t7 at 2 p m~:, ';;;s;~ : Olzly I . nN. opens.on .' ested a enee Ba rdaf; MaNIi 2 at 7:30 and oide} -- mild dlilt The play will run on the themes and strong language. following two Saturdays, on Students are $12 and adults March 9, and 16 at 7:30 p.m. are $25. Tickets available and on three consecutive online at Sunday matinees, on March 3, cloverdaleperformJngarts.com Photo Pam Browning left: Dan Tatch, Nicholas Augusta, ; in person at Mail Center, Etc at 207 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 707-894-3222; or at the door if available. -- Submitted by Kathleen Walsh , juice! FRESH SQUEEZED -- The CIoverdale Citrus Fair held its Orange Juicing Championship on Monday, Feb. 18. Photo Greg Carter ACROSS 1 Beavers' structure 4 Second letter 8 Wild and crazy 12 Indivisible 13 Mideast air- line 14 Sheltered 15 Gin, e.g. 17 Grad rags? 18 First murderer 19 Iron 20 Suitor 22 Paddock par- ent 24 Long-running Broadway musical 25 Pheasant or grouse 29 Fuss 30 Dental filling 31 Ultramodern (Pref.) 32 Backyard attraction 34 Somewhere out there 35 Feedbag fod- der 36 Surprise big- time 37 Engine 40 Unwanted email 41 On in years 42 Morning garb 46 Entreaty 47 "Super-food" m -~ 13 12 15 29 37 41 43 46 m w berry . uct 27 Caboose's 48 Grecian ves-8 Capital of place sel ' Croatia 28 Collegian 49 Transmit 9 Shaving quarters 50 Group of cat- cream addi- 30 Construction tie tive piece 51 Despondent 10 Information 33 Gizmo 11 Longings 34 Winged DOWN 16 Speaker's 36 Garden 1 "What's up, spot intruder --?" 19 Quarry 37 3-Down's cre- 2 Literary col- 20 Wound coverations lection 21 Gully 38 Leering look 3 16th-century 22 Soda shop 39 Adolescent cartographer orders 40 Luminary 4 Start 23 Asian nurse42 "Humbug!" 5 Verve 25 Summertime 43 Expert 6 Highland hat pest 44 Lingerie item 7 Brewery prod-26 Notorious 45 Conclusion Visit cloverdalereveille.com. 6 8 Z b Z; 9 I. 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